Posted on Sep 12, 2012 in c64
August saw 30 years since the Commodore 64 was first available to purchase. So to C64 fans celebrate by dusting of their c64s and playing with them.
- The c64takeaway Podcast asked has it been 30 years already?
- One Man & His Mic had A Symphonic Celebration
- The BBC asked What do today’s kids make of it?
- Eric Nelson Blogged 30 days of playing c64 games on his Google Plus account.
- Mos6502 looked back on August 1982 when the world gets to buy the c64.
- It also had a C64 Month Quiz –
- Royal Pingdon some great photos from the 80’s of Commodore 64 users and their computers
- The Verge looked at how the c64 inspired a generation of programmers.
- Sounds SID-sational: In Praise of Commodore 64 Musicians – The Not So Perfect Ten is a great beginners guide to c64 music.
- http://tamats.com/ is a very impressive Web GL website inspired the Commodore 64.
- K8-bit mocked up a C64 version of Mass Effect.
- PC World celebrated with Tweet from a Commodore 64? We Do That and More to Celebrate the Beloved PC’s 30th Birthday
But it wasn’t all good news. I also, with the help of Anna Black, finally released by Crappy C64 Remixes album. Blog post about that coming shortly.